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Videos about Concerto in A minor for violin and piano
Itzhak Perlman-Violin Concerto in A minor,RV 356 Op 3 No 6
concerto scritto da Antonio Vivaldi suonato da Itzhak Perlman,il violinista piu grande al mondo. ...
I'm not arguing the genius of Vivaldi, the piece is definitely a must learn for any violinist. But this particular edition is worthless. There is no accents, no stacattos what so ever. Looks like the whole concert should be played detache. Bowing is very different from what I learnt 15 years ago. Great musicians don't need dynamics written, but I'm not claiming to be one, I'm an amateur and need help. Hopefully, paid editions are more usefull than this one, but I'm not willing to check it out.
GREAT PIECE!by anonymouson March 2nd, 2012
This is a really nice piece! I'm going to be playing it once...been practicing for about a year now!
hahaby Gabeon August 11th, 2011
great piece, as one of my favorite conductors once said, "Great composers don't write dynamics and great musicians don't need them written"
Pretty Good Overallby Haleyyy :)on April 17th, 2008
I love this piece .
I have played for 5 years .
This is an exceptional piece that proves challenging an will really test you .
Although it is repetitve (as much of Vivaldi's work is), it is great with dynamics, rythm, and bowing.
goodby anonymouson April 2nd, 2008
i like this piece in general, but it doesn't sound that great here.
Pretty Goodby anonymouson May 27th, 2007
There are no dynamics in this piece. Otherwise it's great!
Amazingby Tomon February 8th, 2007
I love this piece and I think it works good for people who have been playing for 3-5 years.
..so great!by Cinderellaon February 3rd, 2007
I'm truly so thankful for all you have done here...Keep up the good job!
Great pieceby Haebin Changon July 22nd, 2006
This music is 100% perfect for me.Keep on doing the great work